Changing Landscape of Connected Vehicle Market to Reach $1.2 Trillion by 2020, with 1.5 Million Professionals – Candidates for Training
Much of today’s workforce does not have the knowledge or skills to make connected vehicles safe from cyber security attacks, threatening to cost companies billions of dollars.
According to an unreleased report by Booz Allen Hamilton, the market will reach $1.2 trillion by 2020 in anticipated revenue for connected vehicle mobile operators,” said Ron Hesse, CEO of GlobalBusinessProfessor.com, which produces on-demand seminars. “That same report will show 1.5 million professionals in transportation worldwide are candidates for some level of connected vehicle training and education.”
As the connected vehicle market grows so do concerns about cyber security safety. Attacks have alreadyresulted in expensive vehicle recalls, which also can erode consumer trust. To prevent those trends from continuing those 1.5 million professionals must betrained and certified.
“The workforce today needs very different skills and training than previously necessary,” said Elaina Farnsworth, CEO, Mobile Comply. “Reports from the Center for Automotive Research (CAR) show that universities were historically focused in areas specific to mechanical engineering, IT and more traditional degree programs. But, the training required for the future workforce is a convergence of technologies from automotive, technology, security and connectivity.”
Farnsworth is a recognized expert in the field of connected vehicle education and certification. Her expertise in training and certification launched the only connected vehicle certification program with SAE International and the Connected Vehicle Trade Association.
Learn what the connected vehicle is, why it’s important to prepare the workforce, and how to train your team by watching “The Changing Landscape of Connected Vehicle” On Demand Seminar, presented by Farnsworth. To watch the 24-minute seminar, please visit the following website page:
In the on-demand seminar, produced by GlobalBusinessProfessor.com and GlobalAutoIndustry.com, Farnsworth highlights one of the most talked about topics today – connected vehicles and the workforce to support them. She explains why deploying and operating new systems to support connected vehicles will require a new understanding of technologies and a newly trained workforce to support them. She also describes how participating in a credentialing program will give companies confidence in their teams and professionals the base knowledge they need to do their jobs.
Farnsworth’s presentation demonstrates the multi-sector impact of connected vehicle technology and how companies and professionals can prepare for new jobs in the global connected vehicle ecosystem.